Nanima.co.za 040 – Madala for deputy

Written by on April 20, 2008 in Newsletter

NANIMA’S PANCHAAT

EISH MADALA.CO.ZA for DEPUTY!!Life does begin at 40. Nanima has finally found her nkalakatha (big boss). A match made in heaven.Not only is Nanima a great homemaker, brilliant chef and loves kids, Madala is everything Nanima was looking for in a man. He is tall, dark, handsome, a great listener,leader not a follower,compassionanate, selfless, good with his hands and can fix anything sharp!! Sharp!!!. Madala is Nanima’s best chomie.(ons is oud maar nie koud nie, this explains why the newsletter was late this week) Madala.co.za creates job opportunities for the public who need to be recognized for the great skill but are looking for a support system that is on their side to prove their potential. To find out how to become a Madala visit Madala.co.za

NANIMA’S WISE WORDS

“An eye for eye only ends up making the whole world blind.”
“Be the change you want to see in the world”
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
Madala Mahatma Mohandas Ghandi

NANIMA’S REMEDY

Remove paint stains from clothes
For all those who have gotten paint on clothing, her is an inexpensive way to get it out. HAIRSPRAY! Spray it on the paint, rub till the stain disappears and laundry as normal. The item will be as good as new

NANIMA’S DIARY

Gauteng

Gandhi Walk Participants will be able to buy their walkers number online in the next few weeks, so keep checking the Gandhi Walk website www.gandhiwalk.org.za For those who would like to volunteer and enjoy getting wet the water points are always fun or you could take up a post as a marshal. contact Ramesh Baichar 082 650 9416, Jivan Ramjee 083 354 3021 or Jasubhen Manga on (011) 852-5854
25-27 April 2008

THE WOMEN’S SHOW JOHANNEBURG – the ultimate resource for women You deserve to be spoilt, educated, entertained, informed, pampered and humoured; so put aside responsibility, lay down worry and stress, let go of fears and just be at the Women’s Show As a celebration of both the diversity and similarity of women in South Africa; the Women’s Show is a platform for networking, information and entertainment that appeals to varied lifestyle and business interests. Hosting tailored products, services and companies that value women, the Show showcases opportunities for women’s personal and professional development. Now in its second year, anticipate up to 80 live performances and presentations including informative lifestyle talks, business discussions, fabulous fashion workshops, comedy acts and dance routines. Show Zones include the Culinary Delights Corner, The Women Love Wine Boutique; the Fashion District and Jewellery Pavilion, and a Gift Isle. For more information, visit www.thewomensshow.comContact: Debbie Tapson 021 671 0935 Show Hours: Friday and Saturday 10:00-19:00, Sunday 10 – 17:00
Admission: R50-00

Durban

Cancer Charity Golf DayCancer Association in conjunction with the East Coast Golf Club is having a golf day on the 11th April 2008 at the Bluff National Golf Course to raise funds for the CANSA. Cost is R300.00 per, which includes dinner & a goodie bag, to compete in the tournament. For sponsorships and queries contact Priya Moodley 031 2059525

Cape Town

Snowman Building CompetitionCome and build snowmen with real snow, and win prizes including the latest cds. Venue: The Ice Station at Grandwest every wednesday during the school holidays Contact details:Jayson 0215352260 .
Circus ShowCape Town’s favourite circus will be presenting for their 4th annual all new circus season at the Blue Route Mall for the entire duration of the Easter school holidays again. This years show comprises all new acts including illusion, contortion, the Chines Pole, aerial hoop and our beautiful performing animals. For more info and bookings or visit www.mbcircus.co.za Venue: Blue Route Mall parking bays (opposite Boardmans) Tokai Road, Tokai Contact details: Circus mobile at 082 7475 726 Time: 15H00 and 19H30 daily Entrance: R30-R50 per person Type of Event: Other

MADALA’S SECTION

Ask Mufti Menk? Madala – Mufti Ismail Menk of Zimbabwe commenced hifz at the tender age of nine years and completed at the age of twelve. He studied Arabic, Urdu and the Hanafi Mazhab from a young age with his father Maulana Musa Menk who graduated in Mazahirul Uloom Shahjahanpur under Hazrat Shaikh Maulana Zakaria (Rahmatullahi Alaihi) in the late 1950’s. Having studied the Hanafi Mazhab he then went on to study at the Islamic University of Madinah where he completed more Ask Mufti Menk?

Scoreboard

Latests Cricket Score SA vs India – Treble tour Tea: AB de Villiers 159 not out and Mark Boucher on 9. South Africa are 337 runs ahead with 5 first innings wickets remaining India 76 South Africa 413/5 Toss: India elected to bat
Rugby
Super 14 Highlanders 29 – 20 Lions
Soccer Eng Prem
Liverpool 1 – 0 Everton
Tottenham 1 – 4 Newcastle
Soccer Champions League
Fenerbahce 2 – 1 Chelsea
Arsenal 1 – 1 Liverpool
Roma 0 – 2 Man Utd
Schalke 04 0 – 1 Barcelona
Cricket
Tit v Cob Cape Cobras won by 60 runs
Dol v Zim Dolphins won by 4 wickets

MADALA’S GREEN FINGERS

Growing Organic Fruit Trees The advantages to growing fruit organically are obvious in the first bite. Your own organic fruit is not covered in arsenic (as some commercial apples are to lengthen shelf-life) or wax. Growing your own fruit means picking varieties for flavor, not looks or ability to travel. Your organic fruit may not be as picture perfect as the stuff you find in the grocery store, but fruit is to eat, not to take pictures of! Even a small garden has room for a fruit tree. Fruit trees are ornamental as well as useful. They produce beautiful blossoms in the spring and can enrich the surrounding soil. Apple trees are great for climbing and providing shade as well as, apples. If you have the patience, consider at least one fruit tree as a beautiful and useful addition to your organic garden. Depending on the size of your yard and area where you want to plant a tree consider dwarf, semi dwarf and standard sized trees.
Helpful Gardener

ANNOUNCEMENTS

WEDDING

Ahmed Saloojee of Polekwane to Zeenat Jassat of Ermelo; Mohammed Joosab to Fatima Vanker; 3 Yusuf Chotia of Azaadville to Fatima Nanabhai Krugersdorp; Ml Yusuf Pandor of Germiston to Fatima Durwash Roshnee Afzal Saleh of Rylands CT to Nasreen Hoorzuk of Actonville Benoni Ml. Cassim Desai of Stanger to Sumaya Moosaji Lenasia; Lutfie Abrahams to Ielhaam Ismail of Salt River; Rashaad Adam Jogee of Rideway to Zeenat Hassim; Zakariyya Mohammed of Lenz to Nadia Saloojee Lenasia; Zaheer Chopdat of Lenz to Shenaaz Jogee of Azaadville; Farid Banoo of Lenz to Fatima Suleiman Aly; ; Zunaid Abdullah of Laudium to Zainub Soni of Lenz; Yusuf Suleiman Ahmed of Rynsoord to Sumaya Raja of Mayfair; Faizal Bera of Kholvade India to Zainub ; Bilal Jooma of Crosby to Zakiya Ahmed of Zak Park ; Zubair Saleh of Roshnee to Shakira Rahiman of Ridgway; Abdullah Mia to Salma Mia Mias Farm

Send us your Wedding Announcements

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BIRTH

Welcome to this world Baby mohammed sayfullah born on the 30th dec 2007 to Sikander n Bilkis. May Allah make you the coolness of your parents eyes InshAllah.

Send us your Birth Announcements

RECIPE

Marogo – African Spinach

Marogo, a pale-green, leaved weed normally found in southern parts of the continent, is used like baby spinach, but has a much-milder and less-astringent flavor. Young leaves are added to casserole-type dishes.
INGREDIENTS:
2 bunches spinach
250 ml water
2 ml salt
50 g peanuts
METHOD 1,2, 3
Clean the spinach in cold water. Remove the stalks and discard. Chop the leaves. Bring the water to the boil in a saucepan, add the chopped leaves. Cook until wilted. Meanwhile roast the peanuts in a frying pan then add the salt. Add the peanuts to the cooked spinach and simmer until well blended. Serve with mealie pap or mopane worms.

NANIMA’S NOTICEBOARD

Please note from next week we will be placing contact numbers in the noticeboard section

Child Care

Benoni Am looking for someone that can assist with huwavaar preps – is there also someone that asists with bathing a new baby etc ?
BenoniWe live in Benoni and are looking for a responsible person to care for our 3 month old son at our home from 8am to 5pm.
Mayfair I am looking for Mumtaz mother’s name Naseema that has a creche in 2nd avenue Mayfair please contact me ASAP very urgent.
Resevoir HillsPlease give me more info on babysitters in Reservoir Hills
Florida I would like to find out about any Islamic Day care facilities for my 11 month old baby.
And I would like to know if there is a night/Saturday madressa as well? We are in the Florida area. Your urgent response will be highly appreciated.

Lessons

South AfricaI am looking for at least 4 muslim law students especially from Wits University and UWC(2/3 law students & data capturer /typist) to develop the law changing muslim personal law related research material.

Meals

JOHANNESBURG Slms. I supply cut cleaned and washed chickens ,chicken fillet and all other chicken products. We deliver in most areas around Jhb. Plz contact julie on 011 433 5685/4250
Johannesburg Could you please assist me with contact numbers for people that make samoosa’s, pie’s, springrolls in the sandton, kelvin, marlboro, midrand or mayfair area’s?

Boarding and lodging

PoloKwane I wanted to find out if you know of anyone offering accommodation in Central Durban for the 27 April-3rd May 2008

Bridal

Benoni I am looking for a wedding photographer and videoman for the 26 April 2008

MADALA.CO.ZA

CHEAP DSTV Just wanted to make an announcement, at the rand show this year Astro audio visual Services of Lenasia will be exhibiting and promoting DSTV Fully installed for on R899 Plus you can now subscribe for only R20 per month. Plus you get the first three months free also 3 lucky winners will win a free installation

MATCHMAKING

Muslim Female
Muslim Male
Hindu

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